With the election just days away, many people still have questions regarding early voting and absentee ballots.
Kim Zurz, deputy director for the Summit County Board of Elections tells AkronNewsNow.com you don't have time to waste when it comes to turning in your absentee ballot.
"They need to at least have a November 5 postmark on it if they are mailing it in, or deliver it to the board of elections by 7:30 p.m. on Election Day," Zurz says.
"They cannot take their ballot to a polling location."
So far, there have been very few problems with early and absentee voters leading up to the November 6 election.
Zurz says those who chose to vote absentee but either did not vote or did not receive their ballot won't be turned away on Election Day.
"If they requested an absentee, but did not get it for whatever reason or chose not to vote it, then they would be allowed to vote at the polling location and that they would be voting through a provisional ballot."
Numbers are up from 2008 in Summit County for early voters.
You can view the hours of the Summit County Board of Elections here: www.summitcountyboe.com